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Reduce the risk of cot death

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Series : Cot death

Published : February 2009
Page Length : 12
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Department of Health

This leaflet provides advice to parents on how to reduce the risk of cot death. It includes guidance on placing the baby on the back to sleep, cutting out smoking during pregnancy and not letting anyone smoke in the same room as the baby, not letting the baby get too hot (or too cold), keeping the baby\\\'s head uncovered (the feet to foot position), and seeking advice promptly if the baby is unwell.


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